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    Great Blog Laura - Love Colsons glasses - Enjoyed the info you posted, good job. Love, K

    Amen about the message of the Oprah show you mentioned. I kept that show away from my bean-counting husband who would have wanted to adopt all of their money-saving principles on food. What is funny is that a week later Oprah did a show on "where does our food come from" and featured the difference between factory farms and small family farms that believe in free-range, natural methods. The take-away from taht show, was if people really knew where their food came from, they would choose more wisely at the grocery store (or farmers market, hopefully). What I find funny and alarming is the people who save all that money by clipping coupons and shopping for food on sale are buying that food from factory farms that are the worst possible quality. I recently read an article in Wise Traditions about how to eat a nourishing diet on a budget. It factors in all of the family's medical costs before and after taking on a traditional diet. The statistics are amazing. They save more in the long run by investing in high quality nutrient foods. You can read the article (in several pages) here:

    Looking forward to reading more posts. Especially any from your husband that I can forward to mine! :)

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